June 27, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

Lorenzini Ranks Nationally in Top 20 Loan Officers

Michael Lorenzi, PRMI California, MD, receives a 100% Customer Satisfaction Certificate, one of 20 PRMI awarded nationwide.

PRMI’s Robbie Loker Selected for LSM ’16

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Ms. Loker adds her expertise in mortgage banking and human services to nearly 240 regional leaders making up the alums of LSM.

Mike Lorenzini Knows Relocation

Mike Lorenzini of Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc., grew up in a military family. His goal is to help every family move effortlessly into their new home.

A Good Time to Buy a New Home

It can be an ordeal, buying a home or refinancing one. But it’s a good time to consider, and Tabatha Griffin of Primary Residential Mortgage assures you she will hold your hand through the entire process.

Robbie Loker: Reverse Mortgages Face-to-Face

PRMI’s reverse mortgage expert says those has-been movie stars on late night TV pitching reverse mortgages are on to a good thing, but to craft a reverse mortgage to fit your life, she suggests face-to-face consultation.

PRMI Still Closing USDA Home Loans

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When the USDA announced a funding delay starting Oct. 1, 2014 for their popular rural mortgages, PRMI decided to bridge the gap for its clients.

Does Your Dream Home Need Remodeling?

PRMI’s Dream Loan can roll renovations and remodeling into your mortgage. All you need to decide is what you want to change.

Pax River Communities Still Qualify for USDA Home Loans

Primary Residential Mortgage can still get low-interest, guaranteed loans for qualified borrowers on homes in neighborhoods near the Pax River Naval Air Station, but the eligibility maps may soon shift.

PRMI Wins Chamber’s Emerging Business Award

Usually the California, Maryland mortgage banking team is being thanked for their community efforts, but here they are feted as St. Mary’s County Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Emerging Business.

PRMI Welcomes Pete Colyn to St. Mary’s

After nearly two decades in the banking industry, PRMI’s big-bank resources from a “cozy” local office near Pax River drew Mr. Colyn across the Patuxent River to California, Maryland.